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The Australian Museum (AM) is a dynamic source of reliable scientific information and a touchstone for informed debate about some of the most pressing environmental and social challenges facing our region: the loss of biodiversity, a changing climate and the search for cultural identity.

The AM holds more than 21 million objects of biological, geological and cultural collections and develops programs, exhibitions, school and community education initiatives onsite, online and offsite. The AM’s mission is to make nature, First Nations cultures & science accessible and relevant to everyone.

General internships (i.e. internships that are not related to AMRI) include participating in projects in Marketing, Public Affairs, Partnerships and Philanthropy, Design, Education, Finance, Corporate Services, Public Programs. The First Nation division also administer internships. The length of an internship varies according to the requirement outlined by the course.


Insurance

The Australian Museum maintains a safe working environment. The Museum requires that students seeking an internship will have necessary insurance cover from their tertiary institution for public liability and personal accident insurance.

It is a condition of the Internship that a student’s insurance is to be covered by their tertiary institution. Please review the terms of the Internship Agreement in this regard.

The Australian Museum must receive all paperwork from the tertiary institution outlining the student’s course, number of hours they must complete, the student’s course coordinators contact details and signature once the project they will be working on is determined.


Australian Museum stairwell
Young woman on stairwell Image: James Horan
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